Earth's Deadly Storms: Hurricanes
By Madison F.
There are many factors that contribute to the creation of a hurricane. Hurricanes can vary in size and strength. This impacts the damage that occurs. National Geographic explains how hurricanes work:
Hurricanes are categorized by their wind speed. The higher the number, the greater the damage. The weather channel explains the categories and the damage they cause:
Knowing what to do during a hurricane can save your life. Knowledge is power. Oceantoday.noaa.gov shows you what to do during a hurricane:
After the hurricane, what are you supposed to do? This is a question many people might not know how to answer. Oceantoday.noaa.gove has created a video to show you what to do: